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Beyond the Divide
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Gender Equality Diversity and Inclusion Consultants
Gender Equality Diversity and Inclusion Consultants

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Just some thoughts as I prepare to head back to Alfred State... this time as a published author...
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The University at Buffalo campus bookstore is hosting Mike Marvin and Christina Lopez, co-authors of “Beyond the Divide – Men and Women Learning from Each Other” on April 21st, 2016 between noon and 6pm.
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Meet the Authors – 1st Book Signings & Readings Scheduled:
Portville Public Library - 6:30-8pm, Thursday, January 21st and
Olean Public Library - 6:30-8pm, Wednesday, February 17th
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Just in time for the holidays! Pre-order the book and save $5! 

Beyond the Divide is a fresh, original, deeply honest look at the barriers to genuine gender equality. It offers clear, accessible wisdom, and illuminating steps we can all take to heal and nurture our relationships within our families, workplaces, and educational systems. Simply brilliant! ~ Linda Kavelin-Popov, Best selling author and Co founder of The Virtues Project 

The gender war is over — and if it isn’t, it should be.

Most people are willing to work for gender equality that leads to positive and productive relationships with the opposite sex. Applying the current social and interpersonal tools available often leaves them feeling frustrated and exhausted. These “best practices” are built on a flawed adversarial system of “us vs. them” which perpetuates the gender gap – a divide between men and women. Mike Marvin and Christina Lopez help men and women get beyond the divide and experience the power of working together.

As Marvin and Lopez collaborated, they concluded that true equality cannot be achieved until this gender gap is addressed and the culturally-reinforced division between men and women is eliminated. When men and women appreciate and learn from each other, they find new pathways to the social and civic change for which we are all striving.

The thought-provoking, strength-based solutions proposed by the authors rely on principles they have developed while interacting with thousands of people in work, educational, and family environments. Marvin and Lopez present their insightful, in-depth wisdom based on their research, training, and experience. The result is a relatable and practical guide which helps men and women navigate their personal and professional relationships.
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Don’t miss our interactive keynote address from 5pm-7pm on December 7th, 2015 at Walsh Auditorium at St. Bonaventure! The gender war is over–and if it isn’t, it should be. Most people are willing to work for gender equality that leads to positive and…
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We are excited to be at the final stages of publishing our book – just waiting on an endorsement for the back cover and final print formatting. Any day now! We have a couple of ideas for a cover design. Please tell us which one you like better (gear…
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We are excited to announce our Fall 2015 Schedule for the Gender Productivity Pairs Retreats. These interactive 2 day retreats are filled with self-assessment activities, planning sessions, and exploration of strategies that move beyond the limiting…
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Reserve your ticket today!   Come see our Interactive Keynote Presentation “In Defense of Men” on May 13th, 2015 from 6pm-8pm at Stanford University (David Packard Building, Room 202) This is an interactive presentation designed for college campuses and…
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We support the integrity and passion of the Baltimore Youth Initiative High School! Take a look at what they are doing and consider adding your support as well!
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Check out our second featured blog on The Good Men Project! Feel free to leave a comment.
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